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"Spring Is in the Air": As the young people of Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania, plant a garden in memory of their friend, Katie Ann begins to worry that her older brother, Ephraim, is dating her best friend. What if she somehow loses them both?

"Home by Summer": Clara Hertzler is surprised when Jerry Petersheim, her old friend, comes to the garden to drop off his younger sister-especially because Jerry has been gone for years and now seems to be living as an Englisher. As the friends get to know each other again, Clara pushes Jerry to examine why he abandoned his Amish beliefs. Will Clara help Jerry renew his faith in God?

"The Fruits of Fall": Tena Speicher has come to live in Bird-in-Hand after her fiance left her for an English woman. When an English stranger comes to the fruit stand one day and asks for food, Tena is not sure how to respond-but Wayne intervenes and offers to let him stay in the barn.

"Winter Blessings": Ephraim and Mandy have dated for some time and now have plans to marry. But after a series of unexpected events and misunderstandings, they wonder if they should go their separate ways. What will happen when their friends at the Amish garden conspire to bring them back together?

©2019 Amy Clipston (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Jan Hyde
  • 30-10-2020

Love in every season.

I loved the way each season developed another love story, while keeping to the garden theme.

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